General information[ edit ] The municipality of Bjugn was established in when it was separated from the large municipality of Ørland.
Initially, Bjugn had 2, residents. On 26 Marcha royal resolution moved an unpopulated part of Aafjord to Bjugn.
dating i bjugn
On 1 Januarythe municipality of Bjugn was divided into three municipalities. The western district population: 1, became the single speed bjugn of Nes. The southern district population: 2, became the municipality of Skjørn.
The rest of the municipality population: 1, remained the much smaller municipality of Bjugn. During the s, there were many municipal mergers across Norway due to the work of the Schei Committee.
On 1 Januarythe neighboring municipalities of Nes population: 1,Jøssund population: 1,Single damer vanylven population: 1,and the northern part of the municipality of Stjørna population: were all merged to create a new, larger municipality called Bjugn.
The population of Bjugn then increased from 1, to 4, On 1 Januarythe neighboring municipalities of Bjugn and Ørland merged to become a single municipality called Ørland with its administrative centre single speed bjugn Botngård.
The name is derived from bjúgr which means "bent", probably referring to the bent form of the local fjordthe Bjugnfjorden.
The arms show a yellow rudder on a blue background, representing the historic importance of fishing in the municipality. It is part of the Fosen prosti deanery in the Diocese of Nidaros.
Churches in Bjugn.